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Male & Female Pattern Baldness

Male & Female pattern baldness is very common medical condition because genitically you are prone or it can be because of hormonal disturbances.

Best treatment for Male & Female Pattern Baldness by topical and oral medication, by injectables and surgically modalities.

Pattern Baldness should be treated at the earliest to stop the progression of the disease and for satisfying results.

Pattern Baldness
Symptoms
Causes
Treatments
What is Male & Female Pattern Baldness

Androgenic Alopecia is a medical condition that is the most common cause of hair loss in both female and male humans. In male pattern baldness hair is lost in a well-defined pattern, beginning above both temples. Hair also thins at the crown of the head. 

Usually, women do not suffer classic male pattern baldness. In women, the hair becomes thinner all over the head, and the hair line does not recede. 

Symptoms

The pattern of baldness differs in males and females. 
Affected hair follicles on the scalp gradually become smaller than normal.

  • As the follicle shrinks, each new hair is thinner than the previous one. .
  • Before falling out, each new hair grows for much less time than the normal 3 years or so. Eventually, all that remains is a much smaller hair follicle and a thin stump of hair that does not grow out to the skin’s surface.

Causes

 

Treatment

TMINOXIDIL-This over-the-counter medication is approved for the treatment of Androgenetic alopecia and alopecia areata. Minoxidil dilates the tiny blood vessels in the scalp, which increases the blood circulation to the hair follicles. This may be how Minoxidil stimulates hair growth .It is applied daily to the scalp. It may take twice daily application for at least four months for any hair regrowth to become noticeable. . 

FINASTERIDE (Propecia) - - The prescription medication to treat male-pattern baldness is taken in a daily pill form. It is used in a higher dose to reduce the size of the prostate gland in men with benign prostatic hypertrophy. . 

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